Alan KayasAlan was born and raised in Georgia, where he spent the majority of his childhood in the forests making shelters with his beloved hatchet.
Brant McGeeasBrant has utilized the skills he learned during his military career and forged a deeper understanding and respect for various survival techniques.
Chris WeathermanasChris views himself as a mix between a modern day prepper and traditional survivalist. Honing his skills foraging, hunting and fishing with primitive methods.
Dustin FeherasDustin doesn’t consider himself a “survival expert.” Instead, he sees himself as an expert outdoorsman–the difference being his life is rarely in “imminent danger” when he’s in the wild.
Joe RobinetasJoe his skill sets ran from basic foraging and gathering of wild edibles to the more advanced principles of fire construction.
Josh ChavezasJosh considers himself a natural leader, and with his job as a law enforcement officer, he’s given the chance to test those leadership skills onto a daily basis.
Lucas MillerasLucas he brings a variety of subjects that included traditional medicine, indigenous living skills, rites of passage, homesteading and wilderness living.
Mitch MitchellasMitch has exposed the fundamentals of woodslore, consisting of firecraft, knotcraft, wood carving, group hiking standards, first aid, canoeing, shooting and navigation.
Sam LarsonasSam works for a large outdoor gear retailer in Lincoln, Nebraska, where he lives with his wife, Sydney, who is seven months pregnant with their first child. Sam has been studying wilderness-living and survival skills for most of his life.
Wayne RussellasWayne shelter building soon gave way to hunting, fishing and the art of processing big game. Wayne spent nights in self-made brush shelters with minimal gear.
Alone puts survivalists by themselves in the wilderness, without camera crews, support teams, or producers – on a single mission to stay alive for as long as possible. The last person standing will win $500,000.